Harley Edward Streten, also known as Flume, is an Australian record producer, music producer and DJ from Sydney. He has won 11 ARIA Awards and one Grammy.
Streten was signed to Future Classic in 2011 after the release of his first single Possum. His debut solo album, Flume, went double platinum in Australia and was recorded and completed on the first laptop he ever owned.
Streten also played in electronic duo What So Not in 2011 with Sydney producer Emoh Instead. Flume released his second studio album, Skin, in 2016. The album peaked at #8 on the US Billboard 200 Charts going gold in the US.
To describe the rise of Flume as meteoric would be an understatement. Bursting onto the scene with a sound that encapsulated the direction of pop, his sound was unapologetically futuristic and thick with womping synths, icy pads, and percussively chopped samples and vocal hooks.
Since that initial explosion, this instrumentalist has gone onto collaborate with a plethora of the world's leading vocalists. They include the likes of Chet Faker, Vince Staples, London Grammar, Vera Blue, Beck, Isabella Manfredi and so much more.
Still not quite thirty, Flume has already achieved musical success to stretch many lifetimes. The future is looking bright.